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Bun Stop Is Deep Ellum’s Newest Destination For Drunken Late-Night Snacks

The minds behind Junction Craft Kitchen are serving steam buns from a cart

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The minds behind Deep Ellum restaurant Junction Craft Kitchen have officially debuted Bun Stop, the neighborhood’s newest option for late-night drunken munchies.

The brand new food cart, called Bun Stop, is a project of Chef Joshua Harmon, who spends his days serving up globally-influenced Southern fare at Junction. Now, he’s staking his claim on a spot at the corner of Malcolm X and Elm to serve up steamed bao and other snacky fare from his cart well into the wee hours of the morning.

Harmon tells Eater that the cart’s menu will change every weekend. This week, he plans to serve buns stuffed with oxtail boudin and his house-fermented kimchi, a vegetarian option with collard greens, pickled mushrooms, American cheese, and furikake, and a hot dog bao with fish sauce mustard and sweet chili relish.

At present, Junction is operating Bun Stop on Friday and Saturday nights, from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m. Stay tuned for updates, and pay attention to Junction’s Facebook page for more details on when the cart will be open.

We've been dreaming this one up for a while and we are pumped to introduce: Bun Stop -- a late-night food cart in Deep Ellum. Rolling out every Friday + Saturday night, 11 PM - 3 AM. Come get your buns!

Posted by Junction - Dallas on Friday, November 3, 2017